Just wanted to mention DirtyMarkup – a nice, simple HTML/CSS/JS cleaner. Just paste your code, choose your options and press Clean – and in a few seconds, you get a nicely formatted version of your messy code.
HTML5 Please is a pretty cool concept. Whenever your application requires an HTML 5 feature that the user’s browser doesn’t have, their API shows a nice screen with browsers that support that feature, including newer versions of the user’s browser. A nice way to get people to update when the new features would actually be useful.
I’ve just finished reading HTML 5 and CSS 3: Develop with Tomorrow’s Standards Today, by Brian P. Hogan. The purpose of the book is showing how to use features on HTML 5 and CSS 3, today. Given how uneven adoption has been in various browsers (specially IE), a big part of this is providing fallbacks […]